Antinori Tignanello

Antinori Tignanello - One of the best Tuscan red wines

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The Antinori family has been in the art of winemaking for over 6 centuries since 1385. Tignanello, which is rated among the top 1% of all wines in the world on Vivino, is a Tuscan Red Wine with a smooth soft taste. Antinori Tignanello is made from one of the most famous Italian grapes Sangiovese, which is globally famous for its Tuscan darlings: Chianti, Vino Nobile and Brunello de Montalcino. Expect some oaky, black-fruit and earthy flavors when you are sipping on this 13.5% alcohol content red wine.

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